Wednesday, August 12, 2009

PETA Protests Disrupt Cash for Clunkers Deals

by Scott Ott for ScrappleFace

Just days after Congress replenished the federal 'cash for clunkers' program with another $2 billion in taxpayer funding, several car dealers around the nation reported that protesters from PETA — People for the Ethical Treatment of Automobiles — have attacked and disrupted their attempts to close sales under the program.

PETA activists reportedly expressed their alarm at "the wanton destruction of the defenseless" by showing up at dealerships clothed in little more than bumper stickers and fuzzy dice, and by calling for a presidential pardon for some 750,000 operational vehicles that already face "annihilation by compression".

READ THE REST AT The Washington Examiner


    If I were OBusha I would be sounding the siren over Swine Flu, running around telling everyone it's worse than Globaloney and that we need to use tax dollars to convert every town hall into a mass funeral pyre in case the "special scientists" that I have working on it don't come up with a vaccination. Then when fall comes and goes and no more people get it than regular flu I can throw my hands up in the air declaring victory and have my sycophants broadcast on the airwaves how I saved America and on and on and on until re-election.

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